What is …. MCJC. What is MCJC?. KCrawford 05. Montgomery County Junior Councils (MCJC) is the middle school, county-level student government organization that represents the students of Montgomery County's thirty-eight middle schools. MCJC. MCJC.
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What is MCJC?
Councils (MCJC) is the middle
school, county-level student
government organization that
represents the students of
Montgomery County's thirty-eight
MCJC provides a forum for students to express concerns and take a stand on important issues.
MCJC strives to facilitate communication between middleschools.
MCJC strives to provide an effective, enjoyable environment to bring about positive change for students.
The mission of MCJC is to create a countywide representative body for all middle school students in Montgomery County, Maryland.
This organization seeks to: voice a collective opinion of students on county affairs; promote communications between schools and MCJC; increase the effectiveness of the individual student councils by facilitating leadership workshops; and initiate and promote improvement and activities for middle school students.
MCJC will encourage communication between members of the Executive Board and each middle school’s Student Government Association (SGA), develop leadership skills, and put into action ideas frommember schools.
MCJC hosts six General Assemblies, where students from across the county meet together. The MCJC executive board, consisting of elected officers, appointed staff, and middle school student government presidents and/or other representatives from schools, meets on a regular basis.
At general assemblies, we have small group "breakout" sessions:
breakouts allow students to meet in a smaller setting and discuss a variety of topics.
•Legislation at general assemblies: delegates write legislation and take action on issues that affect students.
MCJC Lobbies: lobbying activities are facilitated on the county and state levels. MCJC delegates testify at Board of Education meetings during the public testimony and
participate in the Maryland Association of Student Councils legislative lobbying day.
MCJC Leadership Development: through various workshops, leadership skills are taught and reviewed.
MCJC strongly supports and participates in the Maryland Association of Student Councils (MASC), executive board meetings, Middle School Leadership Conference, Legislative Session, BOE Dinner & Educational Forum, and Convention.
…to have membership from all of the middle schools in Montgomery County Public Schools
…to encourage the active involvement of all member schools
…to regularly conduct leadership activities during MCJC General Assemblies
…to encourage effective communication between the MCJC Executive Board and member schools
…to encourage middle school MCJC representatives to report the activities of their student government association to MCJC
…to take action on ideas, activities and legislation discussed and passed in the General Assembly
MCJC's web site is regularly updated. The URL is: http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/studentaffairs/sga/mcjc
What is MCJC?